University Of Utah Health Care | Posted Apr 12th - 2:01pm
Usually a little skin redness is not cause for alarm, but in some cases, it is a sign of an intensely painful condition known as shingles. Learn how to tell the difference, and how to reduce your chances of contracting shingles.
University Of Utah Health Care | Posted Feb 23rd - 2:03pm
LASIK is not the right choice for everyone hoping to leave their glasses behind. If it turns out you're not a candidate, don't give up! There are many innovative, safe alternatives to LASIK that deliver freedom from glasses.
University Of Utah Health Care | Posted Feb 9th - 2:03pm
Being conscious for surgery may sound like a frightening throwback to the days before anesthesia. But the practice is taking hold as a low-risk, low-cost and patient-friendly approach to a growing number of procedures.
University Of Utah Health Care | Posted Jan 25th - 2:03pm
Like most people who undergo hip replacement surgery, Shank had osteoarthritis in her hip joint, a wear-and-tear issue that worsens over time and causes pain. After receiving total hip replacement surgery, the pain that wracked her body was gone.
University Of Utah Health Care | Posted Sep 29th - 2:32pm
Worried about head lice? It can be hard to spot them before there is a full on infestation. In this ask an expert video Nathan Bexfield, M.D., a pediatrician with University of Utah Health Care tells about the signs and symptoms.
University Of Utah Healthcare | Posted Sep 15th - 2:00pm
There are many supplements on the market for men with low testosterone. How do you know if you need them though? Dr. James Hotaling looks at how men are tested for low testosterone, the risks of treatment, and the possible outcomes.